Monthly Archive:: August 2023

Salma Monani, Gettysburg College – Mediating Human-Nature Relations

On Gettysburg College Week:  Streaming can be harmful to the environment. Salma Monani, chair and professor

Christopher Fee, Gettysburg College – Paddling in the Wake of the Vikings

On Gettysburg College Week:  Retracing steps from the past can open up new understandings of today.

Jennifer Bloomquist, Gettysburg College – Linguistic Minstrelsy in Children’s Animated Film

On Gettysburg College Week: Animated movies play an important role in the lives of children. Jennifer

Megan Benka-Coker, Gettysburg College – Evaluating Real-World Global Health Interventions

On Gettysburg College Week:  How people cook in their homes can have consequences. Megan Benka-Coker, assistant

This Week on The Academic Minute (2023.08.28)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2023.08.28   Monday Megan Benka-Coker, assistant professor of health sciences,

The Academic Minute for 2023.08.21-2023.08.25

The Academic Minute from 8.21 – 8.25 Monday Farzin Lotfi-Jam – Cornell University A Recursive History

Jenny Sabin, Cornell University – AI Architecture Driven by Humans, Powered by AI

On Cornell University’s Impacts of A.I. Week:  How humans interact with artificial intelligence may take many

Qian Yang, Cornell University – AI Tool Gains Doctors’ Trust by Giving Advice Like a Colleague

On Cornell University’s Impacts of A.I. Week:  Getting people to trust A.I. can be a tricky

Jonathan P. Chang, Cornell University– How AI Tools Could Help Make Online Discussions Healthier

On this Student Spotlight during Cornell University’s Impacts of A.I. Week :  Online discussions have many pitfalls;

Malte Jung, Cornell University – Social Cost of AI in Social Interactions

On Cornell University’s Impacts of A.I. Week:  Technology that guides how we respond in conversations may